Life Education Queensland throws support behind state government junk food advertising bans

Updated June 10 2019 - 12:19pm, first published April 23 2019 - 2:00pm
HEALTHY HAROLD: Students from St Anthony's Catholic Primary School with the Life Education mobile classroom.
HEALTHY HAROLD: Students from St Anthony's Catholic Primary School with the Life Education mobile classroom.

A HEALTH education service that regularly visits local schools has supported a junk food advertising ban, urging parents to make healthy choices for their child's lunchbox as term two begins.

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